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Canada Cooperates with Nokia in the Middle of Chaos with Huawei

26/01/2019

Canada announced a contract of USD 30 million (Rp. 424 billion) with Nokia. This contract will be finalized after Canada’s Minister of Innovation Navdeep Bains met with Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri at the World Economic Forum. Reported by detikINET from Bloomberg on Friday (1/25/2019), a spokesman for Bains said the funding was intended to support […]

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The dollar weakened, fears the prospects for global growth were expanding

24/01/2019

The exchange rate of the US dollar weakened against a basket of other major currencies at the end of trading Wednesday (Thursday morning WIB), depressed by fears of widespread global economic slowdown coupled with the prolonged closure of the US government which has dimmed the prospects of the currency. The attractiveness of the greenback as […]

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French stocks ended down, Carrefour shares jumped 6.95 percent

24/01/2019

French stocks ended slightly weaker in trading Wednesday (23/1), with the CAC-40 benchmark index in Paris down 0.15 percent or 7.15 points to 4,840.38 points. Of the 40 stocks of selected large companies incorporated in the CAC-40 index component, 199 stocks recorded a decline in prices. UK-based integrated energy company TechnipFMC suffers the most losses […]

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Land Fires in South Aceh

14/06/2018

According to data from BPBD Aceh Selatan, the area of burned land reaches 52 hectares. The land is a community land. The Commander also suggested that the arsonists be arrested and processed by law. The sub-district head is also advised to plant the land owner for 1 & 22 hours to report to the Fire […]

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Won Depressed US Dollar, Kospi Index Turned Weak Down

12/06/2018

The Kospi index closed down 0.05% or 1.27 points to 2,468.88, although it opened with a gain of 0.19% or 4.63 points to a level of 2,474.78. On Monday trading (11/06/2018), the Kospi index closed up 0.76% or 18.57 points to 2,470.15. A total of 253 stocks rose, 463 shares weakened, and 54 shares stagnated […]

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Yen Weakens, Rubber Prices Closed Rebound 0.87%

12/06/2018

The price of rubber for delivery in November 2018, the most active contract on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (Tocom), closed up 0.87% or 1.60 points at 186.50 yen per kilogram (kg). Earlier this morning, commodities prices opened lower by 0.05% or 0.1 point to 184.80 yen per kg, after closing down 0.64% or 1.2 points […]

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The Latest: Some people evacuated by Hawaii lava go home

12/06/2018

HONOLULU (AP) — The Latest on Kilauea volcano’s eruption in Hawaii (all times local): ___ 1:30 p.m. Officials on Hawaii’s Big Island are letting some people back into their homes and scaling down emergency operations as lava flows into the ocean on a path that isn’t threatening new areas. County Civil Defense Agency Administrator Talmadge […]

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